|Hello! I Am Your Student, Have You Noticed Me?|
|Monday, May 25, 2020|
|11:00 AM–11:50 AM |
|Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Level 1, Salon G|
|Area: DDA; Domain: Service Delivery|
|CE Instructor: Shelby Gundling, M.Ed.|
|Chair: Shelby Gundling (Central Reach)|
|MEGAN MILLER (#dobetter Pod)|
|JENNIFER LAMARCA (Applied Behavior Center for Autism)|
|KRISTINA ZACCARIA (CLM Center of Excellence)|
Behavior analysts frequently say "the rat is always right" or "the learner is always right" but do not always focus their attention on the behavior and responding of the student in the moment to determine how to apply the science of behavior analysis. Members of this panel will discuss how behavior analysts can encourage more responsive teaching with their learners by developing more flexible protocols, attending to learner behavior, developing creative protocols for teaching receptive language skills, and how to respond to data using the Standard Celeration Chart to adjust teaching procedures. The panel will concluded by providing ttendees with the opportunity to ask the panel questions relating to attending to learner responding.
|Instruction Level: Intermediate|
|Target Audience: |
This panel is intended for individuals with at least 2 years of certification experience who are responsible for making decisions about their clients in the moment and training others to do the same.
|Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to explain at least 1 reason why it is important to respond to students in the moment of intervention Participants will be able to explain at least 1 way to teach non behavior analysts how to respond to a learner in the moment Participants will be able to describe how the standard celeration chart can be used within session to make decisions about intervention|
|Keyword(s): flexible teaching, learning barriers, progressive, responsive teaching|